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tonight. >> dana: hello. fox news alert. president obama in election year reversed his position on gay marriage. this is what he told "good morning america" robin roberts in an interview moments ago. >> for a lot of people, the word "marriage" was something that that evokes powerful traditions, religious beliefs and so forth. but i have to tell you that over the course of several years, as i talk to friends and family and neighbors, when i think abmembers of my own staff who are incredibly committed in mo gog mouse relationships, same-sex relationships who are raising kids together. when i think about those soldiers or airmen or marines or sailors who are out there fighting on my behalf, and yet feel constrained, even now that don't ask, don't tell is gone, because they're not able to commit themselves in a marriage, at a certain point i've just concluded that for me personally, it is important for me to go ahead and affirm that i think same-sex couples should be able to get married. >> dana: hello, everyone. i'm dana perino with kimberly guilfoyle, bob beckel, eric bolling, the monste
think same-sex couples should be able to get married. >> dana: hello, everyone. i'm dana perino with kimberly guilfoyle, bob beckel, eric bolling, the monster greg gutfeld. it's 5:00 in new york city. this is "the five." ♪ ♪ >> dana: all right. big news today. but we're going to analyze it a little bit. here is the reason this is considered news. let's listen to what president obama said in 2008 when he was running for president. >> define marriage. >> i believe that marriage is a union between a man and a woman. now for me, as a christian -- [ applause ] for me as a christian it's also a sacred union. god is in the mix. >> dana: last sunday, vice president biden was on the sunday shows and he said he personally believed in gay marriage. there was a kerfufle from the white house saying there is no difference. three days later we actually had one of our very own co-hosts, bob beckel, had this to say yesterday. he predicted something that happened today. >> bob: i think the politics of it are very good, frankly, for obama in targeted states. now where he is comes down on it, i
the u.s. troops out of afghanistan. and ending that mission. >> dana: that was the first bit of news. the second was reactionar after yesterday's news about continuing attacks from the obama camp against romney on bain capital. a private equity firm that romney worked for. newark mayor, corey booker a surrogate for president obama, supporter and somebody they think should speak on their behalf. yesterday on "meet the press" said how he felt under pressure. president obama had to answer that, and i'd say from his perspective, he answered it as well as he could. but splitting hairs on what is good or bad equity. they are a little in trouble and running out steam on the issues. nice shot out of chicago, his hometown. >> kimberly: a nice touch. eric? >> eric: i stood here, eight minutes the president spoke. he gave his speech. 28 minutes of q&a. six questions, three on afghanistan, one on the g-8 and one on chicago. the most important one for me, at least politically was the question on corey booker. he spent the most time on that one. talked about the difference between private equity a
tantaros, bob beckel, dana perino, and greg gutfeld. it's 5:00 in new york city. this is "the five." ♪ ♪ >> eric: the "washington post" drops a hit piece on mitt romney to make it seem like he doesn't like gay people. details on that momentarily. but it's sure interesting that it happened a day after president obama said this. >> for me personally, it is important for me to go ahead and affirm that i think that same-sex couples should be able to get married. >> eric: so he was against it. before he was for it. then he evolved and finally i guess he just came out. in reality, he flip-flopped. the president is going to be the host of tinseltown tonight when he shows up for $15,000 fundraiser. george clooney gets it started with a hollywood bash like none other. clooney, streisand and star-studded list including spiderman and ironman and maybe, just maybe, fingers crossed, even oprah, ellen and leo dicaprio that is. this monday, fundraiser 140, give or take a few, flown by the flamboyant sing ericy martin. so the president living la vida loca lately. >> andrea: who needs a red car
picture with him, so did andrea. i don't know what you're talking about. >> dana: he didn't have to write a check. >> bob: that is a good chunk of dough. a lot of people bid to get one seat that they don't pay $40,000 to get in. fact of the matter democrats raised money for from hollywood for a long time. republicans raised money from oil companies for a long time. what is the big deal? >> eric: is the big deal that president obama came out in support of gay marriage. all of a sudden the number they were supposed to raise is $12 million. now it's north of $15 million. >> dana: possibly. a big day for a lot of people. it meant a lot to them. i don't think you can take away from that. the fundraising thing is proof in the pudding. you can draw a direct parallel. this could get attention. if you fast forward five-and-a-half months from now, this hollywood stuff doesn't matter in the five to seven battleground states that will matter in november. it's fun, they'll have a great time and we'll see a lot of coverage about it but it won't have that much impact. >> greg: be honest here. this whole
wire.com skb vote. see you tomorrow night. good night from washington, d.c.. >> dana: this is a fox news alert. hello, everyone i'm dana perino. welcome to "the five." there is breaking news tonight. president obama made surprise visit to afghanistan and is going to address the nation at 7:30 p.m. eastern time. he will deliver the speech from bagram air force base. stay with us for developments on his trip. moments ago, the president signed a patch with president hamid karzai outlining the partnership with the country to set conditions for our presence in afghanistan after 2014. let me bring in my co-hosts now, andrea tantaros, bob beckel, eric bolling and greg gutfeld. on this anniversary, andrea, of usama bin laden meeting his maker after president obama made a decision that the seals went in and finished the deal, where were you when you first heard the news? >> andrea: i was in new york city. what a place to be when you hear the news. so many people in my neighborhood that i didn't know were telling stories when you heard the news, or walked out to get a coffee, my gosh, i had a
are storming past each other all day long, angrily. everyone felt united. it was a really good feeling. >> dana: good moment. bob, do you remember where you were? can you say? >> bob: i was on a date. we were watching a movie. it was not on the tv movie. so after that -- >> bob: was it a movie you filmed yourself? >> dana: goodness. >> bob: no. those have all been destroyed. but i did turn on the news. there it was. i was ecstatic. something we went up, report for a long time. how many years? since -- ten years, right? >> dana: eric, do you remember? >> eric: i don't remember to be perfectly honest with you. i had to have been home. sunday night. >> dana: must have been home. right? that is the story, we're sticking to it. >> eric: someone called and said president obama is going to speak. never thought it would be we got barack obama. >> dana: i usegot -- we got usa. >> dana: i used to get late-night phone calls. if you did, you thought something bad is happening. i picked up and saw the blackberry someone from the mainstream media i used to talk to. i hit ignore. then another call came in fro
details on the president's press conference coming up on "special report," at 6:00. >> dana: two main things. one of the stated purpose was to talk about the end of combat in afghanistan. our troops coming home. we have been working with nato for many years. set aside the policy side. my disagreement there. a strong statem by him, but a little bit, didn't get enough questions about it. one good question about pakistan and its role. he had to answer a "new york times" story that ran by steven sanger who has a book coming out about decisions leading up to getting the u.s. troops out of afghanistan. and ending that mission. >> dana: that was the first bit of news. the second was reactionar after yesterday's news about continuing attacks from the obama camp against romney on bain capital. a private equity firm that romney worked for. newark mayor, corey booker a surrogate for president obama, supporter and somebody they think should speak on their behalf. yesterday on "meet the press" said how he felt under pressure. president obama had to answer that, and i'd say from his perspective, he
tonight. >> eric: hello, i'm eric bolling, with kimberly guilfoyle, bob beckel, dana perino, greg gutfeld. it's 5:00 in new york city. this is "the five." ♪ ♪ >> eric: we love our icons, heroes, buy stuff they endorse to be like them and we even try to look like them. kardashians, ryan seacrest, the donald, bromwich, kobe, all american brands and all rich because we made them rich. take this week big news makers and money makers. zuckerberg, dimon and downey junior. >> for the first time ever in a single day, we have half a billion people use facebook. half a billion people. [ applause ] >> we have the widest and deepest capital in the world. >> no offense, i don't play well the others. >> who are you? >> billionaire playboy philanthropist. >> start us off with zuckerberg. $16 million. more power to you. 900 million people on facebook. >> greg: he makes something that everybody uses. he makes toilet paper for the ego. imagine if you own the right to toilet paper, you'd be worth trillion dollars. it makes sense, so many people use it. look at accruing wealth the way you look at profess
pinocchios? president obama got three pinocchios where -- >> dana: glen kessler of the "washington post." >> eric: because all the president -- what? >> andrea: yeah, right. >> eric: do we have the full screen? presidential spending? you can't refute this. this is coming directly from the presidential spending from the -- the white house. $9.7 billion a day, obama. how do you cut this any other way? >> bob: it's the other way. >> eric: this is right. treasury department. >> bob: you don't care about the expend sure in >> dana: there is not a sing analyst that hasn't debunked it. deservedly sometimes, romney got a pinocchio or two, or sometimes four. if you live by the pinocchio you die by the pinocchio. now you have three pinocchios for obama's speech. he talked about cow pies so this morning i bought each of you a cow pie. from wisconsin. >> bob: i thought it was romney said cow pies. >> dana: no. >> bob: he has never been near a cow buy pi in his life. >> greg: and obama has? you are full of cow pies. i can't believe it. you're so full of cow pies your ears are almost brown. >> bob: y
to be a spokesman but it's a genius idea and it works. i still don't understand the toilet paper. >> dana: scott or charmin. >> greg: yeah, my space is sandpaper. >> eric: let's talk about the other guys to make billion on facebook ipo. going to declare himself no longer citizen of the u.s. and move overseas. >> dana: he wasn't subtle about that. but he'll save $67 million. that is human nature. he earned it. if he wants to live in singapore, they don't allow gum chewing, or have spit on the street. sounds like a great place to be. >> bob: we are talking about a dude going to singapore. he is a traitor. >> greg: what? >> bob: a traitor. anybody who gives up their citizenship, dodge taxes in this country is a traitor. been a them from every business in the united states. >> greg: are the beatles traitors? rolling stones traitors? >> bob: what does vit to do with anything? >> greg: they left their country to avoid taxes. >> bob: i'm talking about united states of america. >> greg: so you're a patrio patriot. >> bob: if they give up the citizenship is a schmuck. i forget what his name is. >> eric:
to pee and poo. she says long contractions indicate early labor. she says call in a few hours. >> dana comes over. she feeds her tea while i'm having contractions. i am in active labor. i am surprised you're so calm. i say, i'm surprised you're so calm. 11:30 p.m. dana drives to the birth center. i tell her right now i am not sad to do this. this is a solo expedition. i dark brown blob of slim e falls out. the mucous plug has to fall out. it's the mucous plug. i am in awe of dana. 1:30 a.m. i am naked. i modified downward dog. i think of the view everyone is getting. no one cares. 4:00 a.m., i am nine centimeters. i am pruned and exhausted. you are doing great dana says, i am not interested in being great. it's still nine centimeters. it's not time yet. she says me to blow out with my mouth. i say i might barf. 5:45 a.m. still nine, i hate dana. dana breaks my water. after 15 hours it's time to push. when you are this desperate, it's almost over. push, your pushes are excellent. 7:17. i can feel the baby's hair. you see your baby's head. 7:40. i do what she says. we rehearse. dana is g
big. >> eric: hello, i'm eric bolling with kimberly guilfoyle, bob beckel, dana perino, greg gutfeld. it's 5:00 in new york city. this is "the five." ♪ ♪ >> eric: there is justice in the world and injustice. in a kill shot, one bullet to the head and th and one in the t of the world's worst terrorist, for president obama to take political cred in an election year. >> i said i'd go after bin laden if we had a clear shot at him and i did. >> he took the harder and the more honorable path. than the one in my opinion got the best result. >> the president made a clear grave decision in power the remarkable men and women of our military to get and kill usama bin laden. >> i think americans around the world are glad he's gone but we don't need to spike the football. >> eric: fail to mention the navy seals and the intel to pull off the mission and most importantly the reason we were ever in a position to kill bin laden to declare a war on terror by the bush administration. so/i'll do it for you. thank you, seal team six and c.i.a. intelligence gathers and thank you george bush and dick c
's obama's problem, bain will disappear faster than dana in a strong wind. fair game is dictated by the media. think about what they deem off the table. take the support for ows or how he snubs congress mooning mg about the lack of cooperation. so that's the biggest ruse of all. compromise. you will hear that word a lot from those disguiseed as centrist. but it's like an armed thug who says i'm glad you see it my way as he takes your wallet. bob? >> bob: yes. >> greg: you work in politics, or so you have told us. i have no proof of this. isn't everything fair game? >> greg: yes, we do. >> bob: don't say it. don't say it. >> greg: isn't everything fair game? >> bob: sure. except for your family. that ought to be, you know, something that should not be brought up in a campaign unless you're wife's a serial killer or something like that. but look, so far, i think they have been pretty good. ann romney took a bit of a hit, i thought was unfair. michele bachmann -- "michele bachmann." can i think about that word. anyway, michelle obama has had very good press, as far as i can tell. so
? bush and cheney did what? >> bob: if it's not spiking the football -- >> dana? >> dana: president obama, that was an ad. i think to a person, everybody is supported and grateful and thankful for what the commander-in-chief, president obama did on that day. i don't know when president clinton says he made, he made that harder decision. i don't know why it was harder. if they put out an ad today, that said this happen, thank you the seals, tough decision, done. >> dana: we should celebrate. this is a good day. they had to take it one step further. overplaying their hand and suggesting that mitt romney wouldn't have done the same thing. that is the difference. why did they step on their own message? >> bob: because the choice is send a drone in, which is an easier call to make. or chance of collateral damage. >> kimberly: predator drone in pakistan -- >> bob: we do it every day. >> kimberly: i'm telling you, that's not how the mission would go. they had knowledge of it. if they made the call. and the situation, yes, the credit should go to the navy seals. more importantly, the intelligence
tails than tuxedo. bob beckel. pop flies to market, eric bolling. america's sprinkle doughnut. dana perino. 5:00 a.m. in new york city. 3:00 a.m. in bill hemmer's slave pit. this show is packed tighter than a pregnant pole vaulter. so let's do this, america. ♪ ♪ >> greg: all right. so we keep hearing about what is fair game when it comes to criticizing candidates. i never notice a trend. never mind then compromise. when media went after mormonism, conservatives respond with reverend right. never mind then. when they brought up something from romney's past 50 years ago, conservative just read obama's book out loud. never mind then. it's a pattern. the issue becomes off-limits if it bounces back on obama. trust me when private equity become's obama's problem, bain will disappear faster than dana in a strong wind. fair game is dictated by the media. think about what they deem off the table. take the support for ows or how he snubs congress mooning mg about the lack of cooperation. so that's the biggest ruse of all. compromise. you will hear that word a lot from those disguiseed as
. th >> dana: hello. i'm dana perino with andrea tantaros, bob beckel, eric bolling, and the fabulous brian kilmeade. it's 5:00 in new york city. this is "the five." ♪ ♪ >> dana: hope you had a wonderful memorial day weekend. tonight is the night mitt romney is expected to clinch the g.o.p. nomination to officially make him president obama's primary in november. today's primary in texas offer sas 2 delegate and he is 58 shy of the 1144 needed to become the nominee. romney isn't in texas. he is in sin city with donald trump. president obama's campaign is trying to make romney pay for his association with the donald. >> in an interview with the daily beast's lloyd grove, donald trump would not back down. said he was born in kenya, raised in indonesia. >> why is romney throwing the party with donald trump to raise money? >> i can't speak for donnel trump. as i said, mitt romney has made it clear this is not an issue for him. >> dana: brian, you first, as the guest today. are you surprised that romney is finally going to get the nomination? >> brian: no. but take deep breath but what
>> dana: hello, i'm dana perino with andrea tantaros, leslie marshall, greg gutfeld. this is "the five." ♪ ♪ >> dana: it looks like some people in the media might be threatening mitt romney over his faith. what we're about to show you comes in the wake of a superpac to invoke obama former pastor jeremiah wright in 2012 ad campaign. romney was never involved in the proposal and he repeedateed right away, but some want to take him down for it anyway. >> do republicans really want to start talking about religious influence on candidates? do they really want to us talk about mitt romney whose religious group has been one of the most racially segregated in the history of this country? and until the late 1970s, african-americans couldn't be ordained. >> if the g.o.p. wants to do that, guess what? you are putting mormonism on the table. you are putting on the table how african-americans were treated by the mormon religio religion. i don't think romney wants that conversation considering he was an elder and his dad was an elder. >> dana: isn't it interesting that romney's faith is abl
guilfoyle with bob beckel, eric bolling, dana perino and andrea tantaros. it's 5:00 in new york city. this is "the five." ♪ ♪ >> kimberly: we begin with planned parenthood new push to slay the 2012 election. just as new video surfaces from inside one of the clinics. the pro-abortion group political arm endorsed president obama today and pointed out this ad as part of a campaign to brand mitt romney as being antiwoman. >> do i believe the supreme court should overturn roe v. wade? yes. >> he is saying the right to make medical condition. if the campaign can't support equal pay protection. romney is putting your paycheck at risk. planned parenthood is responsible for content and the advertising, because mitt romney is out of touch and wrong for within. >> kimberly: take a look at this video, shot by pro-life live action at planned parenthood clinic showing a counselor advising a woman on gender selective abortion. terminating the pregnancy if it's a girl and not a boy. >> do you want to terminate it if it's a girl. >> kimberly: what a surprised. planned parenthood fired this partic
'm bob beckel with kimberly guilfoyle, eric bolling, dana perino, well, if you can believe it, the bow tied greg gutfeld. it's 5:00 in new york city. this is "the five." ♪ ♪ >> bob: the greatest economic president since roosevelt opened his campaign in front of rapturous crowds. at the same time, the campaign released new comer initial nine battleground state to announce the amazing record of economic achievement and foreign policy success there. our auto industry is back, firing on all cylinders. our greatest menny brought to justice by our greatest hero. our troops are home from iraq. instead of losing jobs, we creating them. over 4.2 million so far. >> bob: meanwhile, the campaign of the pretenders to the throne romney almost releass most video. silence, where he has been on moth issues. >> i'm not seeing sunshine in here. >> transportation warehouse is where we lost the jobs. >> terrible number. >> job creation numbers fall for the third straight month. >> it's not how we're doing today. it's how we will be doing tomorrow. >> bob: now i dedicate that opening to my brother eric
romney wants that conversation considering he was an elder and his dad was an elder. >> dana: isn't it interesting that romney's faith is able to be in question but any question of president obama past relation with who he calls his mental and spiritual advisor is off-limits. i'm curious that one of the people brought up mormonism. >> andrea: right. cureosly, the three people that watch martin beshaer's show a month before got to see him go on a rant about mormonmism. saying he could either keep lying and win the white house and bring eterm damnation or tell the truth. he is holding up the book of mormon. >> greg: keep doing that. i found that arousing. >> andrea: we'll get fan mail from england saying i have a terrible accent. imagine if someone held up the quran. he is saying that romney is lying. we can't say the word liar or say that barack obama is lying. a huge double standard. romney kate out yesterday and he said i don't want to make reverend wright an issue. by still by saying what they were saying do they want to make an issue of x, y, z? they are already talking about i
? >> dana: having other funds allowous to pay the lease and whatever it might be. there is a line that was drawn. federal taxpayer dollars should not have to be attributeed or go to anything that would deal with a pro-life issue. that is a line that i think is worth keeping. planned parenthood has shown it has the will and the mettle and the ability to raise a lot of money. waste money on ads like that. they have to get someone better for commercial. >> bob: they do cervical cancer is and breast cancer -- >> dana: nobody said that. but eric is right you can't say none of the money goes to help support planned paren parenthood. so you don't use money from this to pay for this. i do think there could be a line drawn and maintained to pay for something. >> bob: this happens across america and they use that money in the political action committee. >> kimberly: nothing illegal there. >> bob: we don't want to leave anybody with the impression -- is my smile working? leave anybody with the impression that planned parenthood is an abortion organization. >> kimberly: that is largely what i
. as i said, mitt romney has made it clear this is not an issue for him. >> dana: brian, you first, as the guest today. are you surprised that romney is finally going to get the nomination? >> brian: no. but take deep breath but what an accomplishment? he studied what he did wrong and worked hard for john mccain and anybody else. in that time he reconfigured his campaign and got together a strategy that would work and put up with guff from his own people, his own side. and emerge. really for the last two months as the nominee. he represents america. he got better. instead of woe is me, i'm not going to be president, he thought what do i do v to do to be president. >> dana: does romney have time to take a moment and relish the accomplishment or does he have to get busy? >> andrea: he has been getting busy. i'm surprised it's taken so long. he steals the nomination and we all collectively yawn. after the slogging that happened, we covered the race for months. now we have a winner. it seems like when romney needs to do something, like you said, stop, celebrate, he is not. he could use
%. >> bob: he increased them? by himself? >> eric: yes. >> bob: fine. dana, what do you think? >> dana: i think if you want to turn off more independent voters and women run the charles barkley talk every night. that's that talk -- i think the ad is good. it's the first positive thing they have said. as eric pointed out, the facts will be the facts. romney win wins in the end. even president obama's own people cannot defend the 500,000 people stopped looking for work. those aren't all people that are retired. it insults the intelligence of the average voter who says wait, that can't be true. they have serve themselves better taking on the tough issues saying how they will tackle them going forward. i don't know why they want a second term. they don't talk about it. they don't talk about solving big problems. they just want to win to win. >> bob: romney has to say what he will do about it. >> dana: fine. but we're talking about president obama. romney has put out plans. you might disagree but it's not he hasn't done anything. rapturous crowds, it's interesting that the "new york times" rep
, darren darren and -- i'm eric bolling with andrea tantaros, bob beckel, dana perino, greg gutfeld. it's 5:00 in new york city. this is "the five." ♪ ♪ ask persons what the single most important issue the election is, jobs. j-o-b-s jobs. democrats and republicans have different ideas for getting america back to work. president obama prefers a socialist style of government. spend more, tax more, redistribute more. hope it works out. we conservatives have a different way of dealing with things. it's called tough love. listen to hannity. >> you're 29 years old. stop wasting your time. novel concept. get up at 6:00, shuffle coffee down your throat, get to work, stop complaining and get your [bleep] out of bed like everybody else in america and get to work. >> give me a jobbism i'll go to work. >> eric: listen to maine's governor for straight talk for lazy, whiny free loaders. >> compassion and commitment to the children. to all of your able-bodied people up there, -- >> good for you. we have a choice. do we want to be a hardworking america that wins the global economic war. or the lazy whi
, everybody. i'm eric bolling with kimberly guilfoyle, bob beckel, dana perino, and greg gutfeld. it's 5:00 in new york city. this is "the five." ♪ ♪ >> eric: well, a risky move by president obama. he wants to talk about jobs. not the jobs he vaporized since taking office but instead going after mitt romney's tin your at bain capital. >> bain capital walked away with a lot of money. we view romney as a job destroyer. to get up on national tv and brag about making jobs when he has destroyed thousands of people's careers, lifetimes, destroyed people. >> he is running for president. if he is going to run the country the way he ran our business, i wouldn't want him there. he is so out of touch with the average person in this country. how could you care? how could you care for the average working person if you feel that way? >> eric: boy. with that, president obama declared the season on negative attack ads open for business. what if it's smart for president obama to bring the focus of jobs back in the fray. after all, he is the guy that lost the most jobs under his watch since jimmy cart
street journal" today on the kids graduating. pretty telling, the job market from 2012. >> dana: the numbers for people just graduating or graduating in the last three or four years are really bad. i think we are missing a bigger part of this, what has happened in the past 30 years and the root causes of this. when i watch this. in the commercial break last week the thing about the guy that is on with hannity, he is nev going to get married, okay? what woman is going to want to be with him. or in a committed relationship whatever it is. nobody wants to be saddled with somebody that doesn't want to do that, that provides for them. over time, talk about charlie's book before where we talked about town versus belmont. if you are a parent you need to think about the long road and helping steer kids to jobs to create them. we need to wake up and realize they are not mark zuckerberg just because they know how to go to facebook. that is very, very small. if you remember your grandfather, somebody who worked at a manufacturing job and the jobs aren't there anymore, you don't want to cho
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